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GROWING OPPOSITION: Barb Kloos (right) has lived in the Eastern Goleta Valley for 25 years, but is “very, very nervous” that the region's semi-rural lifestyle could change because the state is forcing the county to consider changing farmland into high density housing. She, Terri Ortega (at left), and others involved with the Eastern Goleta Valley Coalition also fear proposed secondary uses for the remaining ag lands, such as bed-and-breakfasts. “This is a huge policy,” said Kloos. “It's not like you want to add 10 parking space at Vons.”

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